Cardplayer Lifestyle is proud to be associated with a number of fine registered non-profit organizations around the world. Below is a list of our charity poker partners to which you can donate a percentage of your poker winnings or the proceeds of your charity poker event. Please note that all donations are tax-deductible.
Charity Poker Partners
REG is a community of professional poker players who donate a portion of their winnings to charitable causes. REG, in collaboration with experts in scientific research, constantly evaluates new charitable giving opportunities in order to determine which causes provide the best value for the donations given. REG also works hard to promote effective giving to the poker-interested public and encourages members to become ambassadors for the cause.
Kids Kicking Cancer is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides free martial arts classes for children as well as instruction in mind-body techniques in order to ease their pain while empowering them “to heal physically, spiritually and emotionally.”
Professional martial artists educate the kids in breathing, visualization, and relaxation techniques, in addition to traditional martial arts moves. This helps empower and provide the kids with a sense of power, peace and purpose. Beyond the martial arts classes themselves, transportation to and from the classes, uniforms, and support during medical procedures are also provided at no cost to families.
CARD is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit specializing in making preparedness a fast, fun, empowering pursuit for even the most vulnerable communities. They focus on research-based, fear-free approaches that everyone can embrace to make themselves and their communities safer, more united, and more resilient.
Just as you’ve got to have the best hand when it comes to making communities safer, stronger, and better prepared, if you’re looking to “play your cards right” when it comes to giving charity, you can’t go wrong with CARD.
Run under the auspices of Jerusalem’s Hadassah Hospital, Eye Can is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the awareness of Childhood Eye Cancer. They provide financial and emotional support to those affected by the disease and raise funds to assist in further medical research efforts.
The Village of Hope is home to a community of developmentally and emotionally disabled adults near Israel’s Sea of Galilee. The village provides these special needs people with a variety of employment options, leisure activities, cultural outlets, and opportunities to integrate in the community at large. The 200 residents are aged 20–74 and are assisted by approximately 100 personnel from all over the world.